This Week’s Affairs From Wakefield
Events for September 10-16
Stay the course. We’re eeking closer to those magical four-ish weeks of fall we get here in NYC. Until then, check out what’s on tap this week – we’ve got the monthly NYTM, a hackathon, and an all-day affair for devs and entrepreneurs interested in the music space.
September 10: Basics of Mobil App Development for Non-Programmers, 7-8:30PM
Get going on that app idea you’ve got tucked away for someday. The promise here is big: in 90 minutes you’ll learn how to turn your idea into an app using the Phonegap. iPhones and Androids alike are welcome. FREE, Hosted by the CodEd. Register yourself, here.
Location: Alley NYC 500 7th Ave, 17th Floor
September 11: NYTM, 7-9PM
Only four of these left in 2012. Tickets, as always, are short on supply, but there’s always the waitlist at the door – which is generally a good bet. See who else is going, and search for last minute tickets, here.
Location: NYU Skirball Center, 566 Laguardia Place
September 14: The Music Startup Academy, 9AM – 5PM
One for all of you DJ-slash-coder-slash-idea-guy types. The Music Startup Academy schedule includes panels on the basics on music economics, content acquisition, and music-related tech specs. Bonus: Spotify and The Orchard will be presenting their APIs for use. All day tickets, $149 here.
Location: General Assembly, 902 Broadway, 4th Floor
Partner Tip: Wakefield Exclusive $1,000 GA Scholarship
Want to learn to program? (Nod your head slowly.) General Assembly’s giving away three $1,000 scholarships towards their popular Programming Fundamentals Using Ruby on Rails course. Start a new career, begin building side projects, or simply get technically conversant. Apply by Sunday, 9/16 at 11:59pm to enter. (Specify “Wakefield” as the referral source to qualify.) Enter now.
September 14-16: Lean Startup Machine, 6PM Fri. – 6:00PM Sun.
Between stops in Silicon Valley and Sydney, theNew York Lean Startup Machine weekend is looking to be a promising one. Sign up solo or bring your whole team. Mentors include Matt Meeker from Bark Box, and David Cole of CrowdTap. Spots are going fast. $300 does the trick, here.
Location: Grind Spaces, 419 Park Ave
Now go forth (and répondez s’il vous plaît).
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